Atlantic City Easter celebration offers fun benefitting education

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Looking for something to do after all the Easter day celebrations?Faceless Fashion Apparel is hosting its first “School is Cool: Easter Classic” from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday.The basketball tournament and pop-up shop at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School will offer things like face painting, balloon art, cotton candy and giveaways.It is the … Read moreAtlantic City Easter celebration offers fun benefitting education

Stop at Chipotle will help Hamilton K-9 Unit

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A visit to Chipotle in Mays Landing on Tuesday will aid the Hamilton Township Police Department’s K-9 Unit.Customers need to either show the flyer on their phone or let the cashier know they are supporting the department any time between 5 and 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Wrangleboro Road location.A third of the proceeds will … Read moreStop at Chipotle will help Hamilton K-9 Unit

Millville man accused of killing father

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A Millville man is accused of killing his father and then leaving the scene in his dad’s vehicle.Michael Tedesco, 38, allegedly stabbed his father during an altercation Friday, inside the home on the 400 block of Carlton Avenue, Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae said.Police arrived at the home at 9:44 a.m., and found 66-year-old Gary … Read moreMillville man accused of killing father

Intoxicated man rips out menorah in front of Ventnor synagogue

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Preparations for a local Passover celebration was interrupted by what some feared was a hate crime.But it was a lot of alcohol and not anti-Semitism that fueled the uprooting of the menorah at Chabad at the Shore, Ventnor police said.Shaneel Singh, 45, started trying to drag the menorah, but was quickly stopped after a resident … Read moreIntoxicated man rips out menorah in front of Ventnor synagogue